The Plum Orchard In Kameido by Hiroshige
"The truth is that readers require not so much to be informed as to be reminded. Haiku remind us that life is ever new, and of what compelling interest the everyday can provide."
H. F. Noyes - Haiku Canada Review Vol. 6, Feb. 2012, No. 1, pg. 22
The following is from Tom's fine collection, raking aside leaves, which you can find reviewed here:
Artwork by Gogaku Yajima
there are plum blossoms
and pussy willows
H. F. Noyes
Photo by Theodor Horydczak
the Buddha in the field
with a red skullcap...
translated by David G. Lanoue
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